This my friends in one of all my time favorites. I was passing by this mountain for years with the train and never b could take a good picture. Last Monday while going to the airport in Vienna I held my DSLR camera ready and got it!! I hope you like the result!
Wie lässt man sich von einer fremden Stadt am Besten in den Bann ziehen ? Ich begebe mich am liebsten dort hin wo das tägliche Leben stattfindet, fernab vieler Touristen... & wenn es dann doch Plätze gibt die tagsüber voller Menschen sind, versuche ich meistens direkt beim Sonnenaufgang dort zu sein. Dann ist es ruhig und ich habe Zeit ganz entspannt zu fotografieren.
I love taking pictures. I like seeing the world through the lens of my cameras and trying to capture new angles and interesting moments. As a matter of fact, it's even become part of my job. The last few days I spent in Budapest and there's been people looking forward to my pictures (especially I myself have been looking forward to reviving this account a little with a bunch of neat pics), but being there something weird happened: seeing crowds of tourists from all over the world with expensive cameras and smartphones on selfie-sticks taking yet another picture of one of the many gorgeous buildings and bridges and places Budapest is full of, posing for pictures that will most likely never be looked at on any screen bigger than the one you're currently holding in your hand (if ever), I completely lost interest in taking pictures myself. Budapest is great, but being so photogenic everything has probably been captured in more angles and light and weather conditions than I could imagine and I really don't need any selfie to prove my stay (Google documented my stay fairly accurate I suppose) so I started leaving my camera at our Airbnb and I enjoyed a foreign city like I haven't have in a long time: waking and looking. So, no pictures from Budapest, except for this one. It's not at all typical for the city, it's just a spot that caught my attention when waiting for our trains in Keleti: people coming out of the tunnel suddenly got full spotlight when reaching this point without even noticing. Having time, I first took some pictures of Anna-Lena and then decided to have a picture of myself there for once. (Special thanks to @hellolenchen!) So yeah: We were in Budapest. We had a great time. This is my selfie.